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in spending cuts. president obama's last offer the one that the republicans rejected was less than $1 trillion in spending cuts. we checked. that would be less than 2% of the $44 trillion the government will spend over the next decade. again, is that the best democrats can do? 2% of all of the spending over the next decade? >> you know, this conversation to me is exactly what is wrong in washington. i mean just listen to the conversation you have is just had. it is he said, she said, blame the other guy. look, i tried to be constructive here and lay out an actual plan to get us nearly $4 trillion by taking the offers that are on the table. speaker boehner and the president were so close and then speaker boehner went off on plan b. i never understood why. had no prospect of succeeding. it did not succeed even in his own caucus. now, the question. >> chris: but you are not answering my question. >> because i tell you something because we only have nine days left here. when are we going to get serious about actual solutions? i would lineback joh welcome jl me. he wants a solution. give us one, jo
week has been wasted. given president obama won the election and seems to have most of the political leverage, what's the realistic deal to be made in the next 23 days? >> first of all i think something's going to happen. i hope it's large enough for people who want to see entitlement reform to vote for. the president has leverage but the republicans have leverage with the debt ceiling, hopefully cooler heads will prevail. theorist are coming forward on how to deal with this. it's a unique moment in history where every developed country in the world, economists on both sides of the aisle know the greatest threat of the country is fiscal solvency. the minority party is trying to leverage the president into doing something great for the nation. i hope the president soon will see the light. >> senator schumer, three weeks left. what's the compromise that both sides can live with on taxes, spending cuts and entitlement reform? >> i think we'll get a deal. everyone realizes how important it is, our economy is moving up some, not fast enough but some, and to go over the cliff would be terr
. senator corker, given that president obama won the election, and seems to have most of the political leverage, what is the realistic deal to be made in the next 23 days? >> first of all, i think something will happen. i hope it is large enough for people like me that want to see entitlement reform to vote for. the president has leverage and the republicans have leverage with the debt ceiling and the c.r. which ends in march and hopefully cooler heads will prevail. there are different theories coming forth on how to deal with this and again, chris, it is a unique moment in history, where every developed country in the world, economists on both sides of the aisle, know the greatest threat to our country is fiscal solvency and we have a situation where the minority party is trying to leverage the president into doing something that is great for our nation and it is a very unique time and i hope the president soon will see the light. >> chris: senator schumer, three weeks left. what is the compromise and, this is the important part, that both sides can live with, on taxes, spending cuts,
that are above their pay grade. >> hollywood was so enthusiastic about president obama are there any buyer's remorse? >> i don't know. i am not a hollywood guy. i hang out with comics and we will make fun of anybody. >> are you >> i used to drink. i was a creepy guy. i was very short and angry, and then -- >> then you got taller somehow. >> i got taller i met the love of my life. i got married to nick, it's a girl, nick. i just said nick. >> i am glad you clarified that. >> wait a minute. we were with him. we were with him and he dropped that. >> especially you are an irish catholic. you were catholic and you married bruno. >> no. no bruno. nick. >> i watched the show my whole life and you say you are working class like me my heart skipped a little beat. >> that's true. you make it big. how do you look back? >> it takes way longer than any one thinks. people say what was your big break. it's hard to explain that you have had 20-30 big breaks that at the time you thought were the break. >> it has been a great day. are you in or are you out? it's not show friends it's show business. >> jerry
of this country and i will not. >> chris: and you heard president obama say we have to get out of that habit. not going to start trading debt ceiling increases for spending cuts. >> i think the key to what lindsey is saying is that you don't affect people on these programs now. you do it in a way for the too you tour so that long-term the programs are eceptionly changed and more constricted. is not entire early popular on my side but it is realistic, i think. i think this is a very hard time for people. and we need to get by this and we need to have a robust economy again. and it can happen i'm convinced. if we solve this and move down you can do those things that enabled the programs to be solvent in it an -- on an extended basis without impacting people directly now. >> chris: senators, we need to take a quick break here. when we come back we will discuss where the investigation into the benghazi terror attack stands now and whether congress will act in the new year to try to prevent more mass murders. ♪ constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips'
and i will not. >> chris: and, senator feinstein, you heard president obama say we have to get out of the habit and will not start trading debt ceiling increases for spending cuts. >> i think the key to what he is saying is that you don't affect people at this time. who are on these programs. that you do it in a way that it is way in the future. so, that long term, the programs are essentially changed and more constricted. now that is not entirely popular on my side. but, it is realistic, i think. i think, you know, this is a very hard time for people. and, we need to get by this and have a robust economy, and, and cap happen, i'm convinced, if we solve this and move down you can do those things that enable the programs to be solvent on an extended basis, without impacting people directly now. >> chris: senators, we need to take a quick break, when we come back we'll discuss where the investigation of the benghazi terror attack stands now, and, whether congress will act in the new year to try to prevent more mass murders. ♪ to the best vacation spot on earth. (all) the gulf! it d
. president obama will be personally delivering the thoughts and prayers on behalf of the nation to a community reeling from an unthinkable crime. right now he is meeting with victims' families and first responders as you look at hall before participating in a vigil to remember the 26 victims, massacred inside an elementary school. most of them children, no older than seven. the first funeral for one of the seven-year-olds, will be held tomorrow. thank you for joining us for special coverage of the school tragedy in newtown, connecticut. the president is expected to speak and will offer mourners words of comfort. ed henry is live in newtown, just outside. tell us more of what the president is doing there right now. >>reporter: a soft rain is falling, the president is in the high school behind me through the trees. he is meeting with the families. they have been through such a traumatic couple of days. yet despite the temperatures, despite the difficulties, people have been lining up waiting to get into the high school for the rare prayer vigil. the red cross is giving out teddy b
in washington. our hearts are broken. that is how president obama responded friday to the slaughter of 27 people, 20 of them, little children. as we spoke to and for the nation. today, we'll try to make some sense of the senseless act of violence, at sandy hook elementary school. we'll talk with our guests in a moment, but, first, here's the latest from newtown, connecticut. authorities say all of the children, first graders, 6 or 7 years old, were shot multiple times. the six adult victims were all women. police say they have good evidence about the suspect, adam lanza, that may explain why he carried out the massacre. and, president obama will speak at a vigil sunday evening, at the local high school. and, meet with the families of the victims. for more on the investigation we turn to fox news correspondent mike tobin in newtown. mike? >> reporter: good morning, chris. people here are flocking to the churches, once again, to mourn and try to comprehend the incomprehensible. as we learn more of the horrible details of what happened here. details from the medical examiner, gruesome. lives ended
. >> president obama accusing republicans ever being willing to raise taxes on 98% of americans, while speaker boehner said it's the president when is unwilling to compromise. it's time now for our sunday group. bill crystal of the weekly standard. marcha liason and ed rollins and former democratic senator that you heard. >> each of them are saying they are being reasonable and it's the other side's fault. you have been through your share of washington negotiations. what strikes you about what you heard today? >> i think they both made their case well but i think geithner is in a stronger position in this respect. the president is the president. he can maneuver, he can say my $1.6 trillion and he can say $1.2 trillion. speaker boehner has 135 members. they don't hop to it when he decides to move. he's in a tougher position structurally. in these show downs the white house usually wins and the main reason they win is it's a unitary executive. and congress is in a weaker position. >> all right. >> what happened this week is interesting. both sides are putting out their maximalist position and te
are almost nowhere. >> chris: president obama accusing republicans of being willing to raise taxes on 98% of americans, while speaker boehner says it is the president who is unwilling to compromise. and it is time for our sunday group, bill kristol of the weekly standard. mara liasson of national public radio, republican strategist ed rollins and former democratic senator evan byah. you heard for the last half-hour, tim geithner and john boehner, each say they are being reasonable and it is the other side's fault. bill you have been through your share of washington negotiations. what strikes you about what you heard today? >> geithner is in a stronger position, in the respect. the president is net and high can maneuver and say, $1.6 trillion and, they say, $1.1 trillion and speaker beginner has 235 members, and they don't hop to it when he decides to move, he's in a much tougher position structurally and we have seen the history of the show downs, the white house usually wins, and, the main reason why is, he is a unitary executive and, the majority party in congress is in a weaker positi
to the food pyramid. now michele obama tester new version out. this is all based on settle time. we found this clip of the government scientist behind this, testifying on senate. >> we will plead again orley here for more research on the problem before we make an announcement the american public. >> i would wait until every last shred of evidence is in. john: politicians, as usual, sold us a bill of goods. that is one way to look at it. >> basement we are about to engage in this huge nutritional experiment. the american public is the subject and 30 years later we have gotten sicker and sicker. john: there is much more information about nutrition and not getting fat come and we are fatter. >> we are more diabetic and fatter. the it can all be fixed with good science. john: you have a book called "good calories, bad calories." but i know that a calorie is a calorie. >> the reason we get that is because we take in more energy than we expected. it becomes a unit of heat. protein, fat, the different types of carbohydrates, the glucose from fructose sugar, they all have different effects. wheth
greece or italy? twenty years? i don't know. this trendline is bad. happening under bush and obama. it does not work. john: good intentions and that go bad. clean energy's. the tip of the a's spurred. dozens of companies go bad. the story behind the story. campaign contributors contributors, interest free loans from the government, distorting capital, it means resources are being used less productively and workers get lower wages and it adds up to the bad situation. john: president bush says it to oklahoma you take care of things it is good for the economy. >> collor you create a housing bubble. those people were the ones that had to walk out onto the plank then we all fall into the shark infested waters 87 tax credits. >> sounds great. but from the tax code in 1913 only 14 pages we have warped into the 702000 page monster. more than 1,000 different forms to download. nobody understands. h&r block loves it but it is a news around the neck of the american economy. every page has something in it that sounds good but look what it adds up to 27 spending. the welfare state. people say t
on you and others. on the moon dust affects the thermal eye drunks. rises well barack obama oil. a oo it took tame that we clamp it on made of taped together goefs that worked extremely well. we have become honorary members. >> you got a close call. >> you leigh the earth and you put in a newr environnt people sa i didn't go to the moon not to come back. >> blooming with color atmosphere and the like. in a cold black sky for soundly effect i6 surfaces. >> if i could take every human being with me. then back at the earth. the world may very well be a better place to@ live in today theris no question of my mind that he is aor of the universe. >> once you are exposed this is what you seechlt>> dust particles gave it energy and eventually life. # on november 18th collected more than thinking at school tell you? i know i am not looming back this way, neil armstrong burning it on an access. started up the ladder and i was mrooking for the freeze button. >> america's challenge of today has forged man's destiny of tomorrow. >> you were the lathes hue h-- being to touch the surface. how does
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